Here’s a look at some of the stories on our radar for tomorrow:
RAW POLITICS: Sen. Obama starts his day in New York City with a fundraiser in the morning. In the afternoon he’ll be at a town hall meeting in Fairfax, VA. Sen. McCain will have his own town hall in Belleville, MI at noon and will finish his day in Minnesota.
SPACE WALK: The crew members of the International Space Station are scheduled to perform the first of two scheduled spacewalks.
ATLANTA COURTHOUSE SHOOTINGS TRIAL: Brian Nichols’ trial is scheduled to resume in Atlanta. He is charged with murdering a judge, court reporter, police officer and federal agent after he escaped from detention in 2005.
RENT-A-PATIENT SCAM: Scheduled date of arraignment for attorney Roy Dickson, accused of being part of a scheme in which healthy people had surgeries for cash.
GREEN PARTY NATIONAL CONVENTION: It’s being held in Chicago and continues until July 13th.
OPEC WORLD OIL OUTLOOK PRESS CONFERENCE: OPEC holds a new conference to launch its “World Oil Outlook 2008” report.
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